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Explanation: This is what I found in the Larousse DE>FR/FR>DE dictionary.
I guess this appears, like for example for this dictionary, at the end of a book:
"Photocomposition : Maury Malesherbes
Dépôt légal: Novembre 1999
N° d'imprimeur: xxx
Imprimé en France (Printed in France)
Guereau France Local time: 04:12 Native speaker of: French PRO pts in pair: 589